Wing and DoorDash launch new drone delivery hub in Logan

Wing has partnered with DoorDash to open a drone delivery hub at Hyperdome in Logan, Queensland.

Customers in 17 suburbs, nine new and eight existing, will be able to access the service by searching for ‘drone’ within the DoorDash app.

Jesse Suskin, Spokesperson for Wing, said they’re grateful for the Logan City Council’s continued embrace of drone delivery, and support for innovation.

“We’re thrilled to expand on our offerings in Logan and to team up with QIC and DoorDash to support customer demands for quicker, more convenient, and environmentally conscious delivery options.”

The launch at Hyperdome is an extension of Wing and DoorDash’s tried and tested model of co-locating with partners to leverage underutilised spaces as delivery hubs, and the efficiencies this brings to businesses and consumers alike.

Jon Raven, Councillor for Division 5 and Chair of Planning, Economic Development and Environment at Logan City Council, said Logan has been a frontrunner in adopting drone technology, and this new site demonstrates the increasing demand for a faster and sustainable delivery method.

“The Hyperdome shopping centre serves as a trade area to a population of over 220,000. This drone service will have a major impact on boosting the local economy, supporting local business growth, and increasing accessibility to local residents by extending the potential reach of the hundreds of stores located within the centre.”

Suburbs now able to access drone delivery from Hyperdome include Slacks Creek, Meadowbrook, Loganlea, Edens Landing, Loganholme, Kingston, Beenleigh, Holmview, Tanah Merah, Shailer Park, Daisy Hill, Cornubia, Springwood, Waterford, Waterford West, Eagleby, and Bethania.

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